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A president's emergency powers are extensive, and largely unchecked. [Read More]
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Heather Nauert, currently the State Department's chief spokesperson, is not known for challenging her superiors. [Read More]
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Researchers claim to have uncovered Russian cyber attacks aimed at the Ukrainian military and government before and during the Sea of Azov captures. [Read More]
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In an interview with The Atlantic, the outgoing U.S. ambassador to the UN made the case for a values-driven foreign policy, and acknowledged daylight between... [Read More]
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The House is almost certain not to take up the measure while Republicans are still in control. But what about next year? [Read More]
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A California company is looking to accelerate the Defense Department's embrace of artificial intelligence, starting with some of its most important aircraft. [Read More]
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The partisan gap is widening on several key foreign-policy priorities — as is the generation gap. [Read More]
Resistance is already forming to a proposed decrease in 2020 spending. It's important to understand just what that decrease means. [Read More]
Three studies show the world is losing the fight to reduce greenhouse gases by 2030. [Read More]
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Lindsey Graham and others emerged from a CIA briefing convinced that Trump and SecDef Mattis are wrong about the murder. [Read More]
The two four-stars up to lead CENTCOM and SOCOM faced questions about how their commands will change under the National Defense Strategy. [Read More]
The fight between the commercial airliner titans is moving back into the defense space. And this time, Lockheed Martin is in Airbus' corner. [Read More]
They also want to rein in presidential war powers. [Read More]
China's stakes and vulnerabilities in South Asia have grown. U.S. leaders should make use of this. [Read More]
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